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Little Arrows - Reb Fountain - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: Reb Fountain

Reb Fountain may be New Zealand’s best-kept secret. Identified as a “the best voice to come out of Christchurch in ten years” in the finals of Battle of the Bands way back in 1990 she disappeared off the Kiwi music map. Since then Reb occasionally appears at her old haunts, mesmerizes anyone who’s there with an increasingly polished repertoire of breathtaking vocals, soulful lyrics and melodic tunes, before vanishing into thin air again. So what ever happened to Reb Fountain?

Perhaps it’s more like what didn’t happen: She got her first guitar at six and by the age of thirteen she had mapped her poetry onto melody, writing lyrics to the sound of her acoustic guitar. She’s been singer/songwriter for three bands Immaculate Sun, Like Water and Beckoning South with talented musicians like Pete Woods (Salmonella Dub/DJ Rockwood), Tony Harlem (Future Stupid), Mark Tyler (Salmonella Dub) and Pete Hobbs (Lesley Speaker/Kitset); trained as a jazz vocalist at a college in Seattle performing with great musicians which drummed out any insecurities about playing live; lived and recorded in major musical cities like New York, Vancouver and London all the time living and breathing music.
For more information check out the muzic.net.nz Profile for Reb Fountain
Little Arrows debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 25 September 2017. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for one week with a highest position of #36. There is one album by Reb Fountain in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for Little Arrows:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
25 Sep 2017 Top 40 Albums 36

Chart placings by Reb Fountain:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Little Arrows Top 40 Albums 25 Sep 2017 1 36
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